From traditional Hatha classes to contemporary Vinyasa Flows, these yoga studios have everything you need.
Whether you’re new to yoga or a believer in a-downward-dog-a-day, we’ve lined up some of the best yoga studios in Hong Kong. Time on a yoga mat promises countless benefits, and when you’ve tried it for yourself, you won’t need any more convincing. Here’s our handy guide to yoga studios and private instructors around town. From the persistence and practice needed for sun salutations to the patience and slower pace of Yin, there really is a style for everyone.
Fivelements Habitat is based on the same innovative wellness principles as its award-winning Fivelements Retreat in Bali. This 15,000 square foot city offering, located in the heart of Causeway Bay, couldn’t feel further away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square below (thanks, partly, to its Balinese-inspired decor). Its aim is to promote physical and mental wellbeing, whilst encouraging self-exploration. It offers a long list of yoga and sacred arts classes (more than 30 in total!), so whether you are more of a traditionalist, devoted to Hatha, or want to try your hand at AntiGravity Yoga (suspended in a hammock) or Dharma Wheel Yoga (to help you move safely into those impressive backbends), your options are endless! There’s also an equally-wide range of classes focused on movement, meditation, sound, and tea ceremonies. Plus, the epicurean plant-based eatery, Sakti Elixir, serves up healthy vegan-friendly, gluten- and dairy-free dishes. And as a bonus, The Wellness Sanctuary offers massage and bodywork, energy healing and spa treatments.
Sassy Perk: For Sassy readers, their first two yoga and sacred arts classes are free (1 x yoga, 1 x sacred arts). Call or email to reserve your place!
In Sanskrit, Sambala means a place of peace, tranquility and happiness, while Bhu is used to indicate an occurrence. That’s why SambalaBhu Yoga has chosen to mould the two together, to provide a sanctuary where you can learn yoga in a traditional, authentic manner. You’ll be taught by excellent Indian instructors, whose extensive teaching experience is backed up by impressive academic qualifications and an encyclopedic knowledge of Yoga Science (you’ll certainly feel in safe hands!). Expect clear instructions throughout the lesson, as gentle corrections to your posture and alignment will be made to help improve your skills. There’s a wide variety of classes to choose from, with everything from Ashtanga and Hatha to Vinyasa and Meditation on offer. You can also opt for private lessons for some one-on-one attention!
Sassy Perk: Simply quote “Sassy2020” to get 1 free trial, plus 10% off for any group class package, unlimited access pass or standard private yoga package. This offer is valid until Tuesday, 30th June.
Flex Studio is a known favourite in Hong Kong, specialising in Pilates, Yoga and Xtend Barre. As a boutique studio with small class sizes, this premium and homegrown brand is unique for its Pilates-specialised approach, paying personal attention to each and every client. Flex’s yoga teachers are internationally trained and benefit from a multidisciplinary teaching approach, with most coming from a background in classical dance and Pilates. Most importantly, they are dedicated to bringing out the best in their students.
How much: Check credit packages here. Members can also opt to get a Flex Lifestyle card – which gives you great discounts at health stores, clinics, restaurants and bars across town.
Flex Studio (Central), 3/F, Man Cheung Building, 15-17 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2813 2399, [email protected]
Pure Yoga offers exceptional teaching, facilities and environments that inspire people of all ages and abilities to make yoga part of their lives. It works to connect practitioners and teachers on a global level by fulfilling diverse needs through various yoga offerings and a team of internationally recognised teachers. Without a doubt, this is one of the leading Yoga Studios in Hong Kong. With a jam-packed schedule, Pure Yoga is on everyone’s lips when you mention a workout. It’ll take you a while to get through all the different classes on their schedule: from hot yoga to wall rope yoga and Hatha yoga, you’ll be spoilt for choice at the variety on offer. Within Hong Kong alone, Pure Yoga has 11 studios in prime areas such as Central, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok and a hybrid yoga + fitness location in Repulse Bay.
How much: Day passes are available, and you can register for it here. A member of the Pure team will be on hand to run you through the cost of the package around the same time.
Pure Yoga, various locations, www.pure-yoga.com
This is Hong Kong’s first yoga practice uniquely developed to adapt to the female body and monthly rhythm. The process works in unison with women’s menstrual cycle to support the endocrine system and help restore hormonal imbalances. Based on Halta Yoga postures, a gentle practice with deep lower abdomen breathing, students restore a connection with their cycle, promoting optimal hormonal rebalancing. Through HER Yoga Practice, you’ll be welcomed into a community of like-minded women right here in Hong Kong. Simply get in touch with Claire to find out more and for booking. As a bonus, the first trial class is free for all first-time students.
Are you and your gal pals looking for a new fitness centre to try? BusyBody Fitness Centre in Shek Mun offers state-of-the-art equipment and a cozy, inviting environment for working out. It prides itself on being a female-friendly centre, with all group class instructors being women, and make it a priority to support each individual on their own fitness journey. It’s great value for money, with the monthly membership fee starting at $398, and class-only packages starting at $1,200 for 10 classes. And as a bonus, BusyBody also offers personal training at a very competitive price. Whether you’re looking to join individually, with a sibling, co-worker or bestie, you can expect a range of high-quality yoga classes and a flexible schedule.
The instructors at Anahata Yoga will give you personal attention in a group class, perfect if your tree poses look more wind-blown than strong and sturdy. With a range of classes on offer, you’ll get to try different types, including ones specifically for de-stressing (who isn’t stressed in this busy, busy city?), slimming yoga, back care yoga and core yoga. Drop them an email and they will cater a specific monthly programme to suit your needs.
How much: With lots of different packages on offer, give them a call to find out more and book a free trial class.
Anhao is a boutique fitness studio, conveniently located in Sheung Wan. With everything from Reformer Pilates and Mat Pilates, to Yogilates and Ashtanga Yoga and with over 30 hours a week of classes on offer, there is sure to be something for everyone.
How much: $250 for your first trial class. Find out more about pricing here!
Anhao Wellness, 5 Ladder Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, www.anhao-wellness.com
Bodywize have got a whole host of instructors and classes to suit all schedules. One exciting kind of yoga it offers is antigravity yoga, which is sure to test your concentration and sense of balance if you’re not paying attention! This studio not only focuses on yoga and Pilates, but overall wellness too as it also offers spa facilities. Book in for a massage after a Stretch and Relax class and you’ll be on your way to feeling zen in no time.
How much: Give them a call for more details on pricing!
Bodywize Yoga, 3/F, Cubus, No.1 Hoi Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2838 5686, www.bodywize.com.hk
The exercises you do here are perfect for toning up. You’ll work on the mega reformer (a big, scary-looking machine that’s not all that scary, really) under the watchful eye of the instructors at their yoga and Pilates classes. You’ll definitely be sore after one or two sessions, but also a whole lot stronger.
How much: Classes are pay as you go (perfect for your flexible schedule!), $350 for one class, $2,040 for a pack of six classes, $3,300 for a pack of 10 classes, $6,200 for a pack of 20 classes, $16,800 for a pack of 60 classes. More details here.
H-Kore (Central), 3/F Wincome Centre, 39 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
H-Kore (Quarry Bay), Suite 1201, Dorset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, www.h-kore.com
One of the latest additions to Hong Kong’s wellness scene, Ikigai is a bespoke wellness and yoga studio. The name comes from the Japanese concept Ikigai, which translates to “a reason for being”. Discover your reason for being in this uniquely designed space where classes range from yoga and meditation to movement-based practices.
How much: First-time trials are $100. It also offers a Discovery Plan at $290, which gives you the chance to explore unlimited classes for 7 days – we love it! Single classes are $190, class packages start at $875 for 5, and monthly packages start at $1,100 for unlimited classes.
Ikigai, Unit 1207, 62 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.ikigai.hk
Check out this modern studio in TST. It’s equipped with Pilates reformers, with plenty of space for mat exercises too. Choose from one of the group classes, or if you prefer, you can take a private class for a bit more TLC. In-Motion pretty much focuses more on Pilates techniques than traditional yoga, but it’s just as great for strengthening and toning your body.
How much: More details here.
Providing a series of unique classes which work on mind, body and soul, Infiniti Fit is the go-to for yogis looking to branch out and explore a variety of classes. From an early morning Yoga Detox and Sun Salutations to meditative, Yoga Therapy evening classes, take a step back from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and revitalise no matter the time of day. With a fundamental aim to help you to improve on your own wellbeing, work with professional instructors from a wide variety of yoga backgrounds to achieve all of your physical, mental and spiritual goals.
How much: Single classes costs $350 per session, with membership packages (10 sessions to be used within 4 months) available for frequent yoga-goers.
Infiniti Fit, 11/F, Hong Kong House, 17-19 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.infinitifit.com.hk
This studio in Sheung Wan has a chilled vibe, portrayed beautifully by the chic and simple decor. The Candlelit Mellow class is a slower paced, restorative Vinyasa class, while those looking for more of a challenge can join the advanced session or Kita Sculpt. Small group and private classes are available, just get in touch to find out more!
How much: A drop-in class is $300, a 10-class package is $2,750 and for an unlimited monthly pass it’s $2,000.
Kita Yoga, 1 U Lam Terrace, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, www.kita-yoga.com
Lemon Drop Studio
Your friendly neighbourhood yoga studio, Lemon Drop is a cosy space filled with natural light. There is something for everyone here – classes range from back care yoga to core yoga and everything in between!
How much: A first trial session costs $150, drop-ins are $180, a package of 10 classes is $1600 and an unlimited monthly pass is $1400.
Lemon Drop Studio, 2515 Hong Kong Plaza, 188 Connaught Road West, Sai Wan, Hong Kong, www.ldshk.com
Mariko Hiyama is the yogini behind MARI Yoga, where taking care of yourself and listening to your body comes before impressive asanas. Try something different and opt for a fusion class which combines Qi Gong, Yoga and Martial Arts! Group classes in Kennedy Town are held at the Hive co-working space, the perfect after-work drop-in treat, but we like the sound of the cosy ‘Cocoon’ studio in Sheung Wan, with space for just 5 people.
How much: $230 for your first class. Drop them a WhatsApp for further details.
MARI Yoga, Unit 6, 13F, Loon Kee Building, 267-275 Des Veux Road, Central, +852 6391 3566, www.mariyoga.com
Pause is a hub for holistic wellness with locations in Central and on Mui Wo. In addition to yoga and Pilates, it specialises in meditation, natural medicine, holistic healing and even talk therapy. The whole experience is designed to encourage you to slow down, breathe, and reconnect with yourself. Bonus – Pause also offers a whole host of expert-led courses for mums, from prenatal yoga to hypnobirthing and breast feeding consults.
How much: Trial classes are $100, with plenty of packages available after that – find out more here.
For those of you in Kowloon, this is one for you to check out. Prajna Yoga will gear you up in a soothing and calm environment. There are a whole host of classes to sign up for, including Hatha Yoga, Gentle Yoga and Yin Yoga. There’s also Wall Rope Yoga, which looks like loads of fun!
How much: Give them a call to discuss price points.
Prajna Yoga, Unit 3, 10/F Yuen Shing Industrial Building, 1033 Yee Kuk West Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2371 2515, www.prajna-yoga.com
A boutique yoga studio located in the heart of Wanchai, Santi space offers plenty of beginner-friendly classes as well as more fiery sessions such as Intro to Inversions, where you’ll learn to see the world from a new perspective with head and hand stands. If you need a little more motivation, join one of the workshops, which include a whole series of classes (keep an eye on the schedule here).
How much: An intro class is $100 – $150 depending on the type of yoga, and repeated drop-ins are $200 – $250 per class. Packages are available too.
Santi Space, 5A, Lockhart Centre, 301-307 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, 96028864, www.santispacehk.com
Sukha Yoga & Wellness
This yoga studio’s schedule is designed for busy yogis, with the majority of classes taking place over lunch time or after work. Aerial, Backbend and Inversion yoga is available for anyone in the mood to step up their practice while the Relaxing Stretch class is a slow-paced practice for when you just need to reset a little.
How much: Sukha offers a variety of package prices, which you can explore here.
Sukha, 3/F, 13 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, www.sukhahk.com
The Yoga Room
Another boutique yoga studio in Sheung Wan, the small class sizes and personalised instruction from the teachers is sure to pull you to check this studio out. They offer over 100 classes a week including hot yoga, Hatha, Ashtanga, mat Pilates and more. What’s more, you can try out a session for free to see if you enjoy it. Alternatively, if you’re looking to practice on a one-to-one basis, give them a call to work something out either in the studio or even in the office with a group of colleagues.
How much: Try out a session for free before committing to a package. Give them a call for more details on pricing.
The perfect studio for beginners to start their yoga journey, Yoga Aloha keeps their classes to a max of 10 people and is easily accessible, located in the heart of Wan Chai. To learn the foundations of yoga, go for any Open Level class, which will help you build strength, improve flexibility and enhance the connection between your body and mind.
How much: $100 for a trial class and $270 for 1 drop in single class, more details on pricing here. Be sure to also register for a free trial class!
Yoga Aloha, 1/F, Fu Tak Building, 367 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong, www.yoga-aloha.com
Yoga BamBam prides itself on having no membership fees – you just pay for each class. Sounds perfect for the unorganised among us, and those of us who don’t like paying for monthly gym memberships. You’ll get to choose from intro classes (perfect for beginners!), aerial and acro yoga (maybe not for the faint-hearted!) and meditation.
How much: $200 for a yoga class, $700 for a 4-class course valid for 4 weeks, $1,200 for an 8-class course valid for 8 weeks. $300 for Aerial Hammock and Acro Yoga.
Yoga BamBam (Sheung Wan), 28 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Yoga BamBam (Central), 10 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.yogabambam.com
This was one of the first dedicated yoga studios in Hong Kong. Their instructors are well versed and their classes well planned. Swing by for a class at lunch or start your Saturday morning with a general class, perfect for beginners and novices.
How much: Pay $180 per 1-hour class, or choose from the various packages on offer, more details here.
Yoga Central, 2C Welley Building, 97 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2982 4308, www.yogacentral.com.hk
How much: Give them a call for more info on pricing!
Yoga Union, 13F, Tin On Shing Commercial Building, 41-43 Graham Street, Central District, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/yogaunion852
Perfect for those of you who are worried about having your wobbly bits on display in front of 50 others in a massive class, Inspire Yoga hold private yoga sessions at a space that’s suitable to you. You can buy a bundle of one-hour classes and they offer different courses: Beginner’s, Healing Yoga, Stretch and Restore and more. The instructor will correct your eagle pose and work with you to improve.
How much: You can select your package (number of people and how many sessions) here. It’s value for money if you want to grab a few other girls in your area and practice in someone’s home.
Inspire Yoga, 1803, Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 9167 3376, www.inspire-yoga.com
As a freelance yoga teacher, which is really the best kind, Lindsay Jang teaches private classes as well as sessions at Barre2Barre. She’s also one of our That Girls and owns Yardbird, Ronin, Sunday’s Grocery and MISSBISH. You’ll recognise her name from many community pop-up events too.
How much: Drop Lindsay an email to let her know how many people are in your group and she’ll give you more details about pricing.
Lindsay Jang, [email protected]
Yoga On A Budget
Life Management Yoga Centre
LMYC are a not for profit centre practicing all forms of traditional yoga under one roof. Check out their studio in TST for a whole range of classes. Whether you’re a beginner or you’re practicing at an advanced level, there’s something to suit all levels here.
How much: Classes start from $150 each, or you could purchase packages of 10 classes for $488 – this is definitely on the more reasonable side of things. More details here.
Dr. Bryan Yoga
Dr. Bryan Yoga was founded by Bryan, a doctor who focused on sports injuries. Take a class with him and he’ll work on that pesky ankle injury from a netball tournament from yesteryear with you. Of course, he’s a trained yogi, too, and uses his medical knowledge to explain the techniques and how they help your body. He also teaches at Pure Yoga and often works with Pay What You Wish Yoga, which is a great alternative for those of you who are looking to practice yoga on a budget!
How much: Drop Dr. Bryan an email to discuss yoga sessions and pricing.
lululemon Community Classes
Everyone’s favourite athleisure brand is known for making you look – and feel – like a yoga goddess. Did you know lululemon also offer free community classes? Keep an eye on their busy calendar and drop in on fun classes such as Animal Flow, Yoga For All and Sunset Sweat.
How much: Free!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally written and published in January 2017 by Shaneli Dadlani and was updated in January 2020 by Melissa Albarus.
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